Arbonne Independent Consultant Arwen Dyer. Arbonne is an award-winning, premium global health and wellbeing company which helps transform lives from the inside and out.
Goodbyes is a resale service and shopping experience that extends the lifespan of well-made garments, shoes and accessories.
Located at Fiori Florist, we are a queer coffee shop and safe space for the community to enjoy a coffee, hot chocolate or a lovely cup of tea during the day
Hobart Brewing Co is an independent locally owned Tasmanian beer company. We exist to make you tasty beer! Our bar is tucked in amongst our brewery tanks in a Red Shed down by the waterfront.
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Laneway is located in the Devonport CBD. It is a welcoming space which offers breakfast, hearty mains & single-origin coffee in a cool, rustic-chic joint with a warm vibe.
Mures Tasmania is a restaurant/cafe in Hobart. Starting at sea, we look after our fish from the moment we catch it on the line, right to your plate.
The State Cinema owns a beautiful Bookstore with a hand-picked selection of stationery, books and gifts. It operates 7 days a week and all year round. The Bookstore has an LGBTIQ+ section and they've both supported and hosted events for the LGBTIQ+ community in the past and will happily continue to do so.
With eleven screens plus a Rooftop Cinema and Bar there is always a wide range of local and international films on offer. Fewer ads and only the choicest selection of trailers means that our features start just five minutes after the scheduled start time. A large Café Bar serves light meals and you can take your coffee or glass of local wine in to the screening.
The Grand Poobah features events and activities such as DJs, dance, comedy, cabaret, a lounge bar (Kissing Room), private functions, live shows with local, national & international bands and karaoke. The Grand Poobah hosts LIMBO's party for queer Tasmanians that has been running quarterly since 2017, a continually successful event that also donates some of its proceeds to Working It Out. The Grand Poobah has also hosted QTs queer cabaret events.